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Determine what pressure - high or low - exists at sea level at these latitudes:

90 N, 60 N, 30 N, 0 , 30 S, 60 S, and 90 S.

Describe where the horse latitudes are, what the pressure and wind conditions are there, and why they have this strange name

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